Art, Theater and Live Music
Bigfork is an artist’s paradise. Our community is surrounded by beauty and supportive of local artists from all walks of life. It might surprise you to see how many art galleries, museums and independent visual artists we have in our small town. Not to mention music venues and festivals that bring world-class musicians to the Bigfork stage.
Bigfork Art & Cultural Center
The Bigfork Art and Cultural Center strives to celebrate and preserve the history of Bigfork and Montana; to provide opportunities for Montana artists to thrive; to explore new ideas and new trends in art and culture; and to serve as a creative and educational hub for all who visit. See their website for upcoming exhibits and be sure to visit the gift shop, featuring items from Montana’s own artists, artisans and authors.
Bigfork Center for the Performing Arts
The Bigfork Center for the Performing Arts is the premier venue for musical theater, stage productions, dance, music, and educational programming in Northwest Montana. The Bigfork Center for the Performing Arts and the Bigfork Summer Playhouse, a professional theater in the heart of Bigfork, present theater and musical events year-round. It’s not unusual for these events to be sold out, as the production level far exceeds what many would expect from a small town. In fact, some of the playhouse performers have gone on to work on Broadway. Contact the Bigfork Center for the Performing Arts to find out about current plays, musical theatre, live music, concerts, movies and more.
Bigfork Summer Playhouse Broadway in the Rockies – Theater by the Bay
The Bigfork Summer Playhouse is the famous theater and is the heart of the art scene in Bigfork all summer long. Be sure to catch a show – see their website for upcoming show schedule and to buy tickets.
Miracle of American Museum
The Miracle of America Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of one of the largest collections of American history. Located in Polson, the museum is open year-round.
Riverbend Concerts in the Park
The Riverbend Concerts take place every Sunday mid June to end of August in the Everit L. Sliter Memorial Park, on Bridge Street in Bigfork. Concerts start at 7pm
More Music In Bigfork
Many of our area venues and businesses feature live music throughout the year. See upcoming Live Music Events in Bigfork this month.
Musician, singer and songwriter. Merle has been performing for over ten years as a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumental in many different venues in the Flathead. Musical style includes: fold, Americana, rock, bluegrass, blues and the American Song Book.
Flathead valleys long time, fun time musician. Billy plays a large variety of your favorite songs for groups of all ages. Covering artists like James Taylor, Jimmy Buffet, Jim Croce, The Beatles, with some original music thrown in the mix, too.
This band utilizes the traditional single mic performance, playing both traditional bluegrass and “grassed-up” popular tunes. This foot-stomping group keeps audiences entertained and amused with stories, jokes, and music
Dave vonKleist has the voice and talent necessary to cover a wide range of musical and voice over requirements. His first love is performing as a solo act as a guitarist and vocalist entertaining crowds with his repertoire of pop and rock covers and occasionally some of his own material.
The Bad Larrys signature sound features tight vocal harmonies with amusing and often off-beat story telling: fun enough for the young and smart enough for the adult. The Bad Larrys are a mix of genuine Americana music mixed with a touch of Prairie Home Companion…Willie Nelson meets Lake Wobegon. Their repertoire includes everything from Johnny Cash, Steve Earle, Junior Brown, Southern Culture on the Skids, Simon & Garfunkel, Lyle Lovett, Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, Corb Lund, Greg Brown and even some countrified Aerosmith, Queen and Beyonce.
Man and the Box
Man and the Box is a fun, soulful, and high energy Acoustic Trio from the Flathead Valley. A Bigfork and Flathead Valley Favorite.